Police have arrested two men in connection with a homicide at Bainbridge Avenue and East 194th Street. According to police, Obed Admez and Mario Almonte were arrested on Sunday, December 16 for their alleged involvement with Angel Reyes-Godoy’s death. Police officers from the 52nd Precinct responded to a report of a vehicle collision at Bainbridge Avenue and East 194 Street on Monday, December 10 at 5:58 p.m. Upon arrival, police officers discovered Angel Reyes-Godoy, a 17-year-old Fordham resident, with severe head trauma. EMS transported Reyes-Godoy to St. Barnabas Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. An investigation revealed that a 2009 Ford E-250 ambulette was traveling northbound on Bainbridge Avenue when Reyes-Godoy emerged from between two parked cars and was struck. The ambulette’s operator remained on scene. The NYPD’s Collision Investigation Squad is investigating the incident as a homicide. Investigators believe that Reyes-Godoy was arguing with the suspects when one of the men shoved him between the two cars and into the roadway. Adames, 18, faces assault and disorderly conduct charges and Almonte, 20, faces murder, robbery and assault charges.